Can these oyster bros help change the way America thinks about bivalves? Given just how much press has been given to oyster politics, biology, ecology and economy in recent years (there's been a glut of reporting on the subject in 2014, for sure), I'm inclined to think not. I am, though, supremely pumped to watch a film devoted entirely to oysters. As fans of Mark Kurlansky know well, oysters are way more than shells or briny meat. The story behind each slurp is fascinating, and now I can add competitive oyster shucking to my list interests.